Short And Sweet #2 Cross Stitch Leisure Arts Leaflet #473

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Short And Sweet #2 Cross Stitch Leisure Arts Leaflet #473 - Item#VCCP 259-TAS

This great vintage Short and Sweet #2 cross stitch chart features 50 more miniature sayings by various designers including :

Roberta Aulwes
Sheree Churchill
Karen Hall
Rhonda Hodge
Edie Melson
Mary ann Moffett Ogrodnik
Melinda Stout
Susan Wiles

Designs include sayings such as :
A Mother's Love ...etc.
A Mother Listens ..etc.
Teachers have class
Chance Made Us sisters
These are the good old days
I'm Glad you happened to me !
Love is Home Grown
You are only as Beautiful as you feel
Your Friendship means so much to me
Love is worth more than money
Saints are sinners who keep trying
Grow Old Along With me ..etc.
Love Bakes good cakes ..etc.
Have a Nice Day
I Believe in miracles
Silence is all color of the rainbow
In every trouble there is a blessing
Home is where you hang your heart
Grandmothers are special friends
God never closes one door without opening another
Smile increases your face value
Old Friendships are the dearest
and many more !!!

This great Short And Sweet #2 Cross Stitch Leaflet #473 was copyrighted in 1986. This counted cross stitch chart is in excellent condition for its age as it has no rip, tears or stains.

This Short And Sweet #2 Cross Stitch Leaflet #473 will ship USPS First Class with tracking.


We only ship to addresses within the United States.  We do not ship Internationally! 

This is a fabulous original Short And Sweet #2 Cross Stitch pattern not a copy.

As with all patterns this is a Final Sale Item.

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Materials used: paper, ink


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